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BUSP 3130 - Behavioral Economics S

3 hours
Prerequisites:   with grade of B- or better and ECON 2102   Economics is the study of choice, but all too often this study ignores the factors that really lead to decision making; emotions. The exciting new field of behavioral economics freshen the dated approach of traditional economists by bridging the gap between economics and psychology. This class will focus on the cognitive processing that lies behind decision making and the new experimental methods being used to unlock economic mysteries.



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